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Learn about the 2022 X-Force Threat Intelligence Index Report & Book a 1:1 Briefing with IBM X-Force Team

By Wendy Batten posted Thu February 17, 2022 08:24 AM


Learn more in the 2022 X-Force Threat Intelligence Index Report & Book a 1:1 Briefing with the IBM Security X-Force team! 

Our team is working fast and furiously to bring you the latest trends in cybersecurity. Make sure you join our upcoming webinar on March 3rd as our X-Force Threat Intelligence team brings you through the highlights of the report. Register here.

The much anticipated 2022 X-Force Threat Intelligence Index report will go over the following:
•    The explosive growth of attacks on operational technology (OT) in the enterprise
•    Increasing destructive attacks, and innovation in malware types including ransomware
•    Most common 2021 initial infection vectors, from common phishing to more rare attacks
•    Geographical breakdown of threats and threat actors, top countries affected by spam, and regional events that could be targeted by cybercriminal scammers
•    Industry trends including retail climbing the ranks of the top targeted industries in the past year.

Book a 1:1 Briefing with IBM Security X-Force!
Are you seeking new threat-centric data that can help you make informed security decisions? Book a one-on-one briefing with the IBM Security X-Force team to discuss our newly published 10th Annual Threat Intelligence Index. The report includes new trends and attack patterns the X-Force team observed and analyzed from billions of data points. The information can help you gain a deep understanding of how threat actors think and operate. Please reach out to Abby Ross for more details to book a briefing:
The discussion will include:
  • Data from the report that is most relevant to you and your industry
  • An analysis of that data from an offensive and defensive security perspective
  • How you can use the data to achieve your desired business and security outcomes
  • Questions you may have about the data


Camille Singleton
Camille Singleton
Senior Strategic Cyber Threat Lead
IBM Security X-Force Threat Intelligence

Camille Singleton brings fifteen years of professional experience to cybersecurity topics, both in the US government and as an analyst at IBM. While specializing in threats to operational technology, she is conversant on a range of topics affecting the cyber threat landscape, including industry-specific analysis, multifactor authentication, ransomware, destructive malware, and phishing trends. She has published multiple articles addressing pressing cybersecurity topics, ranging from vulnerability management to Powershell-based attacks to trends in hacktivism. Camille has appeared as a speaker at THINK, RSA 365, the Australian Cyber Conference, and multiple WiCyS events and has authored several white papers, including "Combating Destructive Malware: Lessons from the Front Lines" and the 2021 IBM Security X-Force Threat Intelligence Index. She has two master’s degrees — one from Oxford University and another from George Mason University — lending academic depth to her analysis to complement her professional experience.

Charles DeBeck
Charles DeBeck
Strategic Cyber Threat Analyst, X-Force Intel Services
IBM Security

Charles DeBeck is a senior cyber threat intelligence strategic analyst with IBM X-Force Incident Response and Intelligence Services (IRIS). Charles brings 7 years of experience working for the National Security Agency, Deloitte & Touche LLP, and IBM. He firmly believes that threat intelligence can strengthen an organization’s defenses at the tactical, operational, and strategic levels while effectively communicating critical information to stakeholders.

Mitch Mayne
Public Information Officer

IBM Security X-Force Cyber Threat Intelligence

Mitch is the Public Information Officer (PIO) for IBM Security X-Force Threat Intelligence. Mitch is a well-known voice in the cybersecurity realm, and the author of several thought leadership articles and the host of multiple podcast series that help organizations stay safer from cyber threats.  With a background in journalism, Mitch specializes in translating deep technical content into usable, consumable information for the everyday business user. He holds a Masters Degree in Communication and Media from Stanford University.